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Tie up Your Dirigible and Visit for a Spell

Baron von Messerschmitt

Joined May 15 2011
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Victoria BC
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Am from a long line of inventors in Berlin...some not so successful. Zat helium-filled elephant skin vas kerplunk !.Uncle Verner vas a real hoot......If he hadn't pushed me off der bell tower I may never have imagined a flying dirigible ven I hit bottom!

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Reply Jedediah Solomon
2:17 AM on October 15, 2012 
Have you been exploring the Tea-houses of Victoria lately?
Reply Jedediah Solomon
10:01 PM on July 25, 2012 
How have you been of late, Lord Stanley?
Reply Jedediah Solomon
7:10 AM on June 21, 2012 
Now that proves my point.... The psycho I mean psychic prognosticated a day of relative ease, certainly any seer worth ones attention could have foreseen a horde of tea-grannies in a dirigible. You are so fortunate that they didn't bring out the Victrola and oblige you to waltz wit them each individually.
Reply Jedediah Solomon
11:36 AM on June 18, 2012 
I take note of your penchant for psychics. I do not put much of a gamble on them. I dialed a psychic hotline and they asked me my NAME! If they were truly clairvoyant, they would have known.
Reply Jedediah Solomon
11:26 AM on June 18, 2012 
How true. I do appreciate the fact that you "Have my back" as is said in the modern vernacular. (I am trying to "get down" with the "Peeps" ...or whatever they refer to themselves as these days.) Where have your travels taken you of late, Sir?
Reply Jedediah Solomon
7:05 AM on June 14, 2012 
I have recently viewed your news-reel documentary about 'ROBOTMAN' , and I dare say, I feel our world is ever so much safer with a hero such as he. The very image would strike such fear into the hearts of would-be criminals to the extent that they should turn directly from their dastardly ways.
Reply Jedediah Solomon
11:30 PM on November 29, 2011 
Absolutely, and imagine my chagrin when the young chap informed me off this horrific news. Just as I was about to set the tray before him with the tea and some lovely biscuits, too.
Reply Jedediah Solomon
8:11 AM on November 20, 2011 
I thought of you recently, Lord Stanley, when my grandson was playing with his friend.They were talking together and I overheard the word oolong mentioned and thought that the young lads were perhaps going to want to take repose and enjoy a cup of tea with me.. While it was true they enjoyed noshing on the scones I provided, it appears that the "Oolong " they referenced is actually a character in a game. Interesting enough, it is the name of a shape-shifting pig..One would think that with flying ships, Air kraken and now Shape-shifting Ungulate Anthropomorphs car a lad sleep at night?
Reply Jedediah Solomon
7:47 PM on October 19, 2011 
I find traveling with animals that either outweigh myself or stand taller to be unnerving to say the least.
Reply Euphrasia Griffin
11:41 AM on October 13, 2011 
Sorry to hear that your dromedary decided to raid the tea stash. At least it was spitting something pleasant.
Reply Jedediah Solomon
8:36 AM on October 12, 2011 
Gracious, Lord Stanley... I might suggest a stronger hasp on your Rosewood case. perhaps stainless steel if you continue to explore the more humid environs !
Reply Euphrasia Griffin
2:47 PM on September 5, 2011 
Yes, those camels can be unruly. They like to spit as well if you don't watch it. Maybe your camel wanted some of your Assam?
Reply Jedediah Solomon
5:05 AM on September 5, 2011 
Perhaps traveling with vitreous china may prove counter-productive, unless, of course you protect your teacup ( and saucer, clearly to drink from the cup only would show poor breeding, I always say although I for one would never say so to any of my guests who choose to adhere to other customs), I think that my reluctance to try such a conveyance as these flying machines is due in part to the fact that I have not traveled in a mechanized device that did not , at one time or another, call upon all hands to get out and push!
Reply Jedediah Solomon
4:54 AM on August 28, 2011 
The Rose Hips have been dried and it appears as though I may have enough for my own usage and to spare. Do drop by for a spot some time would you
Reply Jedediah Solomon
6:53 AM on August 24, 2011 
I have just viewed your moving picture show and must say that seeing all of the flying machines moving about is rather frightening to say the least, Well done my fine fellow. Bravo
Thank you for the information regarding my smokes sir. So whats happening on the island?
Reply Euphrasia Griffin
9:35 AM on August 19, 2011 
Safe travels, sir, and may you find many exotic teas on your way.
Reply Baron von Messerschmitt
6:37 PM on August 17, 2011 
The astronomical steamclock seems to be puttering along just fine....except for that peculiar "tinking" sound.So nice to hear from you.Alas,will be out of touch for a couple weeks as I'm off to another mis-adventure in the fabled land of Babylonista in the great Holy Land! (actually a road trip to Edmonton..........geesh)
Reply Euphrasia Griffin
8:50 AM on August 17, 2011 
Lord Stanley, how is the construction on your astronomical clock. And, how goes the tea exploration?
Hippos to the rescue, huzzzah! Torqueadia is an empire in a parallel reality, for want of a better description. There are a few stories in the Tao of Torque on the website.